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In September 2017, it was confirmed that the series would return for a fourth series in 2018.
The first and second series of Celebs Go Dating aired every weeknight on E4 with a repeat at the weekend on Sunday morning.
In fact, we're being a little bit naughty by just writing about it. Who knows, celebrities are mysterious creatures, like cats... (Note: No famous cats, thus far, on Raya.) Now, there are regular citizens on Raya, so there is hope for all of us.
The word has only leaked here and there, but as you read this, the likelihood is quite high that anyone associated with NYLON who has a Raya account is probably getting flayed by folks in black trench coats. However, the approval process is not exactly clear-cut.
Filming for the first series started in August 2016, with the show airing later that month. The first series was made up of 15 episodes, airing every weekday.
In 2017, a second and third series was confirmed to air in early and late 2017 unlike the first series the second and third series would last one week longer with 20 episodes.
The second rule of Raya: You do not talk about Raya, so much so that the app punishes you for even taking screen grabs. Exclusivity works.) So why would the super famous need a dating app to meet new people?
The third series was due to end on 29 September 2017, however an episode that was due to be aired on 15 September 2017 did not air, seemingly pulled from broadcast moments before its scheduled starting time.
The show's social media accounts even posted the trailer for the evening's episode hours before airing.
Celebs Go Dating is a British dating reality series.
It began broadcasting on 29 August 2016 on E4, with the first series having 15 episodes.
An episode that was due to be aired on 15 September 2017 did not air, pulled from broadcast moments before its scheduled starting time.